JERSEY CITY, N.J., Nov. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, reports today that a wrongful death lawsuit against Maimonides Medical Center has resulted in a settlement of $26 million dollars. The plaintiffs filed a medical malpractice and negligence suit after the hospital botched the diagnosis and delivery of the couple’s twins.

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In 2010, after an ongoing cramping and bleeding incident, mother Danielle Madden Buck made repeated trips to the Brooklyn hospital only to be sent home, assured that her 20-week pregnancy was progressing normally.  A week later, she was in labor. The twins were born at 1.5 pounds with numerous health complications. One of the babies died after only a month; the other is still alive but battling multiple disabilities. Both outcomes were found to be a direct result of the hospital’s negligence. Danielle and Andrew Buck sued the hospital for 13.5 million; a jury awarded them $26MM.

Chris Janish, Legal-Bay CEO, commented on the situation, «This is a tragic story, and our hearts go out to the victims; and the family members. Medical Malpractice cases in New York and all across the country are an area of funding that we focus on.» 

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If you, or a loved one, need some financial support while you await your settlement, call Legal-Bay on its toll-free hotline, where live agents are available to assist you, at: 877.571.0405.

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